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hen deciding on a location for our s p e cial day, we were torn between our old Kentucky home or an exotic destination wedding. It didn't take us long to realize we couldn't imagine having our special day anywhere else but the family farm. They say home is where the heart is. We are so thankful you are joining us this week to celebrate our love and our connections to family and friends. These precious relationships that let us know we are right where we were meant to be. We hope you will enjoy your stay in the Bluegrass and take a little bit of our home and Southern hospitality with you when you go. We couldn't be more blessed to have this time together.

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outhern hospitality is alive and well in Lexington. Bow ties and big hats; bourbon and burgoo; Ale-8-One, hot browns and racing are all a part of our Kentucky heritage. Nothing quite compares to the idyllic rolling hills, stone fences and horse farms that surround the Bluegrass.

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makes Lexington unique.


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Dudley's on Short — 859.252-1010

(Where we ate the night he proposed!) 259 West ShorT, Lexington, Kentucky Malone's — 859.335-6500

(Best steak in town, according to James.) 3347 Tates Creek Road, Lexington, Kentucky Shakespeare & co. — 859.367-0413

(Girls brunch out is best had here.) 367 West Short Street, Lexington, Kentucky Winchell's — 859.829.0655

(James favorite place for breakfast & UK games.) 348 Southland Drive, Lexington, Kentucky Doodle's — 859.317-8507

(Elise & James favorite breakfast/lunch haunt.) 262 North Limestone Street, Lexington, Kentucky Greentree Antiques & Tearoom — 859.455-9660

(Elise's favorite girly place — make sure you make reservations!) 521 West Short Street, Lexington, Kentucky Drake's — 859.335-6500

3373 Tates Creek Road, Lexington, Kentucky Joe Bologna's — 859.252-4933

(Our favorite pizza place and first date!) 120 West Maxwell Street, Lexington, Kentucky North Lime Coffee & Donuts — 859.414-6654

(A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!) 575 North Limestone, lexington, Kentucky spalding's — 859.252-3737

(Historically Lexington's best place to get donuts - the line forms early!) 760 Winchester Road, Lexington, Kentucky common Grounds — 859.233-9761

(Many UK homework dates took place here.) 343 East High Street, Lexington, Kentucky Coffee Times Coffee House — 859.277-9140

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KEENELAND RACE COURSE www.keeneland.com

GUIDED HORSE FARM TOURS www.visitlex.com/idea-guide/horse-farm-tours

KENTUCKY HORSE PARK www.kyhorsepark.com

Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate www.henryclay.org

Mary Todd Lincoln House www.mtlhouse.org

SHAKER VILLAGE OF PLEASANT HILL WWW,Shakervillageky.org

WOODFORD RESERVE DISTILLERY www.woodfordreserve.com

Lexington Children's Museum www.explorium.com

Rupp Arena www.rupparena.com

THE ARBORETUM www2.ca.uky.edu/arboretum

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FRIDAY, MAY 1ST 10:00 —MORNING GOLF WITH THE GUYS9. 1 1 : 0 0 — B R I D A L B R U N C H AT S H A K E S P E A R E &

C O . ( l a d i e s o n l y pl e a s e ) 9

1 : 0 0 — A F T E R N O O N AT J S PA (bridesmaids & mothers) 5 : 0 0 — R E H E A R S A L O U T AT T H E FA R M 6 : 0 0 — dinner I N T H E C L U B H O U S E A T K E E N E L A N D ( a ll g u e s t s i n v i t e d t o a t t e n d )

BRIDGE OF LIONS HOURS SATURDAY, MAY 2ND 7 : 0draw 0 —shall K E open E N E Lon A signal; ND HO R S E that, W O from R K O 7UA.M. T The except to 6 P.M. the ( F ORonly THEon am b i thour i o u sand m ohalf-hour; r n i n g p e ohowever, pl e ) draw need open the the draw need 1 0 : 0 0 at—8 A.M., catered at the farm notopen 12 noon,breakfast and 5 P.M. Monday through Friday except federal Frombike 7 A.M..ride to 6 P.M.( gon 1 1 : 0 0holidays. — farm e nSaturdays, t s o n l y plSundays e a s e ) 9 and federal draw&need only openat on the hourfarm and half-hour. 1 1 holidays : 0 0 — the H air makeup the

P.S. for recreational vessels. Thebuffet bridge will open one demand 1 2These - 2 : 0 hours 0 — are soup & sandwich (com & g o ) for commercial vessels. 3 : 0 0 — photos at the south barn

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4 : 3 0 — wedding ceremony on front lawn 5 : 0 0 — derby cocktails & A ppeti z ers during the showing of the derby in the south barn 6 : 0 0 — tent reception on the south lawn 7 : 3 0 — D ancing and s ' mores to follow 9 - 1 2 : 0 0 — S huttles to le x ington e v ery 2 0 minutes


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We are overwhelmed with gratitude for the support, encouragement, antics, love and laughter you have contributed to our lives. We hope that you enjoy the memories we will make during this celebration of marriage and those we will share for years to come.

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